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Old 01-16-10, 09:38 AM
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1. Decide if you want to pursue the modified class (20" wheels) or the stock class (26" wheels).

2. Lose the suspension fork. Learn some basic flatland BMX/freestyle moves like rock walks, wheelies and manuals.

3. Practice, practice, practice. It's easy to watch a guys like Danny MacAskill or Ryan Leech and just assume they're naturally talented, but what you don't see is them honing their skills for many hours a day, most days of the week, for five to eight years to ride like that on a consistant basis.
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